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brand nubian enter the dubstep vol 2
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Brand Nubian (Lord Jamar + Sadat X + Grand Puba + DJ Alamo): Enter The Dubstep Vol. 2

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    Brought to you by the producers & A&R's behind Wu-Tang: "Enter The Dubstep Vol. 1" the much anticipated follow-up to the ground breaking genre-bending Dubstep/Hip-Hop Series is here: "Brand Nubian: Enter The Dubstep Vol. 2." This time, the bass-fueled warriors behind the boards are working with hip-hop greats Brand Nubian (over 1 million cumulative career scans) to bring you another Volume of "Enter The Dubstep" (Vol. 1 has scanned over 10,000 units in under 1 year). With guest appearances from Grand Puba, Lord Jamar, Sadat X, Q-Tip & more, this album is sure to continue the trend of cutting edge music.

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    1. Bounce (Hellfire Machina Remix)
    featuring Kid Capri
    Producers: Hellfire Machina
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    2. The Future (Lenny Dee & Nebulla Remix)
    Producers: Lenny Dee; Nebulla
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    3. How Long? (Dem Soul Remix)
    Producers: Dem Soul
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    4. Dopestep
    featuring Petey Green
    Producers: Nebulla; Soroka
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    5. Get It Crackin' (Hellfire Machina Remix)
    Producers: Hellfire Machina
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    6. Revolution (Lenny Dee & Code Of Arms)
    Producers: Lenny Dee; Code Of Arms
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    7. Just Don't Learn (Nebulla Remix)
    Producers: Nebulla
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    8. Supreme Mathematics (Hellfire Machina Remix)
    Producers: Hellfire Machina
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    9. Soldier's Story (Hellfire Machina Remix)
    Producers: Hellfire Machina
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    10. Corners (Lenny Dee & Nebulla Remix)
    Producers: Lenny Dee; Nebulla
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    11. Slow Down (Hellfire Machina Remix)
    Producers: Hellfire Machina
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    12. Get That Money (Hellfire Machina Remix)
    Producers: Hellfire Machina
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    Total Comments: 11
    2 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/18/2014 2:42:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
    Location: az
    Comment: Mane, this shit makes my head hurt fa real! Where my Advil at!
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 1/19/2011 6:44:00 AM; Partial IP: 09.174.132)
    Location: Word
    Comment: Womp Womp Womp
    Name: (Posted: 1/18/2011 11:26:00 AM; Partial IP: .108.3.241)
    Location: Furthermore
    Comment: ...oh and "most hip hoppers" REFUSE to listen to the mainstream... know why, cuz it SUX!!!!! SUX like space... SUX like the new Dyson Ball... SUX like your mom... Just plain blows. The mainstream has raped our music like Columbus did America... "Oh then... look what I've found all by myself... Who are these savages... oh well kill them... rape their women... eat their children and lets make this new place that I... ME... I have ultimately um discovered into the new Columbopolis and uhhh then rapidly destroy its land and offer these imbeciles something popular for the masses to want more of... something very much LIKE what they’re used to but uhhhh worse. It won't be REAL but it will fun and bubble gummy... speaking of which I may also single handedly invent bubble gum" Columbus exclaimed with is index finger still in his a$$
    Name: (Posted: 1/18/2011 11:04:00 AM; Partial IP: .108.3.241)
    Location: Uhhhh...
    Comment: This is pure $HIT. you cannot take classics and add a new wave spin. THAT and one can pretty much listen to any performance live as long as one doesn't hate the genre. But what one should NOT do is remix classics on some revolutionary rappin BULL$HIT because foe the heads that appreciate what HipHop WAS and always should be, this here... this $hit right n!66a... aint that. Phuk this album. Shit bites and I hate it. Love the Wild Cowboy... HATE HATE this BS. You babies in the game and I do not of the crying variety but of the youth and exuberant variety haave ZERO tatse in HipHop unless its got a creamy center and a gooey topping... like I put on your girlfriend. Phuk OFF!!!!
    Name: (Posted: 1/14/2011 1:03:00 PM; Partial IP: .220.81.24)
    Location: hiphop
    Comment: @BizzieB, your plane stupid. dubstep is just instruments and a genre which in NO WAY portrayed a sellout sound(whatever that might be!... your ignorant and its visible to a blind man, you try to justify your ignorance by saying you HAVE infact listened to other genres of music, first off a real dj,listener,musicial,anybody who has an opinion this strong, has obvious love and intrest for music overall, and to say a WHOLE genre sucks based on instruments is just a personal opinion..WHY IS IT BAD that these old cats trying to relate to the younger generation, so in 20 years from now some of it still remains? THATS EXACTLY what I would do, and probably other hip hoppers, assuming most hip hop lovers dont hate the music mainstream provides,but don't listen to it, they just don't like the fans that don't get to experience hip hop in its prime and thats also what saddens me.. its not somebodys property divine and protected for a piece of a population! try get some sense into your small head!.. ps sorry for my bad english! im icelandic
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 1/13/2011 9:53:00 AM; Partial IP: 121.28.222)
    Location: UGHH
    Comment: First off, Dubstep is fucking straight whack. Period. That wahwah bass shit they use is lame and corny as all hell. Period. I know it's the "new" trendy genre, but it fucking sucks. Brand Nubian just sold the fuck out. Period.This is not innovative, there have been 100's of cross over acts, rock/hip-hop , hell even country/hip-hop R&b/Hip-hop..trash ...in the end it's all a ploy to generate a new fan base for their money.Dubstep is what 16 year old kids that don't have taste bump. I'm an old head and that shit is garbage.I listen to many genres of music not just Hip-hop. I am not close minded at all,I listen to progressive Trance, and tons of electronica type bands,Metaform etc., etc.,.. but Dubstep is fucking lame. Peace,..nerds.Shame on you Brand Nubian, you old mother fuckers trying to make a buck off these young crumbs...actually fuck em..good luck with that.
    Name: (Posted: 1/8/2011 1:24:00 PM; Partial IP: 6.108.76.3)
    Location: NY
    Comment: I saw Brand Nubian perform this album last night in NY at Webster Hall. 2000 people and it was historic. ...big ups to BN for taking hip-hop in a new direction and this a fantastic album.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 1/6/2011 5:01:00 AM; Partial IP: 6.108.76.3)
    Location: NY
    Comment: I disagree. This is cutting edge stuff. Also the way I learned about this album was on youtube where Grand Puba and Lord Jamar were explaining why they did the album. They actually re-recorded songs like "Slow Down"
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 1/4/2011 5:06:00 PM; Partial IP: 10.191.200)
    Location: San Antonio TX USA
    Comment: This is crap...I wonder if Brand Nubian are even aware this is out.This is flat out wrong and misrepresents the Brand Nubian name and sound.Shame on whoever remixed these tracks.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 12/29/2010 2:02:00 PM; Partial IP: 20.228.210)
    Location: NYC
    Comment: The fact that anyone is sleeping on this is a travesty. One of the best albums of the year right here. Can't believe how crazy creative the producers got with those classic Nubian tracks. Go into this with an open mind and you'll leave happy
    Name: (Posted: 12/2/2010 8:10:00 AM; Partial IP: .108.3.241)
    Location: Hmmmm...
    Comment: Patiently awaiting. DottyX is one of the illest lyricists of all time. Come on brotha'... bring it as only you can. The combo of the trio left something to be (w)reckoned with in the 90's. Puba had his shine and his 360 is a classic but I absolute adore the flow of Sadat. A DORE!!! Shut up about his voice... it is a bit and portion of his delivery and true HipHop junkies know he is the solid one of the click. Say so... that's what I thunk.
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